Atari 2600 Game
Produced by:20th Century Fox
This Atari 2600 game wins the prize for the most creative name. This game may or may not have been related to the Killer Tomato movies. The description from the back of the box explains this game better than anything.
Perhaps it was a form of protest against bottled ketchup, or maybe they were provoked by acid rain? Previously harmless garden tomatoes started turning into cold-blooded killers. Big beefsteak tomatoes started flying about rudely splattering innocent bystanders. No weapon know to man could prevent those viscious veggies from multiplying. Just when it all seemed hopeless, someone suggested that since the plants could not be destroyed, they should just be trapped behind brick walls. Now the question is, can enough walls be built in time to stop the tomatoes from taking over the world? Find out before its to late.
was the programmer on this title.
This game is valued at around $8 USD. Games with boxes and manuals are worth more.